Hey all. I was hoping Some kind soul could could make some suggestions. I currently own a Warmoth fretless that I never use. It is gorgeous with a Madagascar Ebony fingerboard to match the Walnut body and head stock. The problem is I live in Pennsylvania where it gets cold and the bass is unplayable in the Winter. The neck will flatten the strings against the fingerboard and when I raise the strings, the board is fine in the money positions but too tall in the upper registers. I could adjust the truss rod back and forth but this seems both tedious and not especially healthy for the truss rod or the bass generally. The setup was done by my friend J Thomas Davis who is extremely good at setup and I have used him for years. I however cannot use him now since he is retired. I know it is hard to diagnose based on a post, but does this problem sound familiar to anyone? Does Madagascar ebony have issues that would cause it to swell or contract far more (or more likely far less) than other woods? Does it sound like the board needs to be resurfaced? Does the neck sound like it is just really unstable? I have never owned an electric bass that needed special summer and winter re-adjustments of the truss rod. It seems like that would indicate some kind of problem. What do you think? Feel free to ask more questions if it helps with diagnosis, or at least a better guess without actually seeing the bass. By the way - any suggestion that I move to a warmer climate will go to the head of the line and be treated with the utmost respect.